Many Maryland school systems are running out of snow days in this winter of record-breaking snowstorms.
The majority of public schools in the state were closed Monday. Baltimore County schools have already announced they will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday, and Montgomery County schools will also be closed Tuesday.
After Wednesday, Baltimore County will have two days left before it has to extend the school year. Howard County schools have just one day left – and there’s another snowstorm in the forecast for Tuesday.
Anne Arundel County has already asked for a waiver from the state’s requirement that students go to school for 180 days a year. State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick has granted such waivers only in rare circumstances.
D.C. public schools initially planned to open two hours late, but are now closed Monday.